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Social Networking Connecting up Social Media
 

Social Networking Connecting up Social Media

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Fifth and final part of a five part series of presentations introducing businesses, in particular entrpreneurs and owner managers, to networking online using Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Fifth and final part of a five part series of presentations introducing businesses, in particular entrpreneurs and owner managers, to networking online using Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

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    Social Networking Connecting up Social Media Social Networking Connecting up Social Media Presentation Transcript

    • Connecting up Social Media (& Saving Time!)
    • Automating Twitter
      Every time someone follows you on Twitter.....you can now:
      Follow them back automatically – builds profile
      Send them a Direct Message to say “Thanks” – and include a link – builds links and connections
    • Automating Responses
    • Register....
    • Link to your Twitter Account
    • Allow!
    • Pop in your Personal Message
    • Link too long? www.bit.ly
    • More than one account?
    • No Problem!
    • Futurising Twitter
      You can be tweeting while you’re at the gym, on holiday or anywhere you don’t have access to the internet:
      Maintains and develops your profile
      No limitations on how long you can be gone for.... a day, a week, a month, even a year. It’s all possible!
      You can merge with Facebook (not recommended) and Linked In and manage from one programme.
    • Automating Updates
    • www.Tweetdeck.com
    • Why Tweetdeck?
    • Multiple Accounts
    • Scehduling your Update
    • Reviewing Future Tweets
    • Linking FB to Twitter
    • Allow!
    • Multiple Accounts?
    • Bedtime Reading?
      www.theefficiencycoach.co.uk – request free e-book on getting most out of LinkedIn & Twitter